Towards privacy-first email
With all the hype that is going on with Hey.com, the new email service, it is time to talk about a much bigger issue than a cluttered email inbox: Privacy.
- Originally published on Logrocket
In this post, we’ll learn about some CSS golden nuggets you might not have heard about, that will natively (and gracefully!) handle things like smooth scrolling, dark mode, truncation, and more features that previously required multiple lines of JS trickery to work.
- Originally published on CSS-Tricks
Look Ma, No Media Queries! Responsive Layouts with CSS Grid
In this article, we’ll start dipping our toes into the power of CSS Grid by building a couple of common responsive navigation layouts. It’s easier than what you may think, and since CSS Grid was built with responsiveness in mind, it’ll take less code than writing media queries all over the place.
- Originally published on Medium
What I have learned from my first Speaking Event
A while back, I had one of the biggest challenges of my career so far: I had to speak about accessibility for 10 minutes, alone, in front of more than 400 people with expertise in the subject, at the UX Conf BR 2018. I wrote a post about it!
- Originally published on UX Collective
Comparable Experiences: The Starting Point for Inclusive Design
A post about inclusive design and accessibility, adapted from a conference delivered on May 18 in Porto Alegre, in the UX Conf Brazil 2018.